Ohio high school freshmen head to college

04/2/2007 | Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio)

A free "early college" program will allow up to 100 Akron high school freshmen to start at the University of Akron this fall, in hopes of earning a high school diploma and an associate degree in four years. The program give students the ability to earn up to 60 college credits and receive associate degrees in criminal justice, construction engineering, hospitality management, medical assisting or geographic and land information systems.

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